Men's Soccer

October 30, 1993

No. 16 WILLIAM & MARY (12-3-2) at No. 22 LOYOLA (14-2)

Site: Curley Field, today, 1 p.m.

Outlook: This is Loyola's biggest game of the year. The Greyhounds, who have beaten two ranked teams -- Fresno State and San Francisco -- need to get past the Tribe to cement their chances for their first NCAA tournament bid since 1987. The Greyhounds have won 13 of their past 14, led by Marc Harrison (11 goals, three assists), Bill Wnek (5, 5), Chris Doyle (6, 2), Brian Geraghty (5, 4) and Doug Willey (5, 4) and G Zach Thornton, who has hovered near the top of the nation's rankings. Loyola will be without two starters -- F Will Cirrincione (broken foot) and D Bill Heiser (knee). William & Mary is led by Steve Jolley (nine goals, five assists) and Tim Prisco (9, 4).

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